The path is pretty poor (some potholes etc) but I wasn't going too fast. I normally go faster, but I noticed that there was some flowing water so I kept the speed down. I am fairly sure I know what started it and speed wasn't the issue. Any guesses as to why my traction may have been reduced?Tynan said:you were going too fast down some ridiculous cycle path and lost it?
I wouldn't ride down that, and if I did I wouldn't do it that fast
You've pretty much got the last part right, but not the initiator. Another note is that the water on the path is a little bit of a red herring....Sh4rkyBloke said:Your coat/video cable/a.n.other-trailing-item got stuck in the back wheel and brought you to a sudden stop to admire the floor...
But did you get any more of it on camera, or did it cut out just as you fell?magnatom said:My first though, having got up from the tarmac was: I hope I got that on camera!!
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